Working with individuals with behavioural challenges
The seminar is informative and engaging professional development experience for people working in the brain injury field. People living with brain injury, family members and students are also encouraged to watch.
The seminar covers:
- A collaborative approach to brain injury therapy: working with families and ‘everyday people’ to build positive everyday routines
- ‘Behaviours of concern’ and how to reduce them
- The process of rebuilding identity
- Common pitfalls for therapists
Dr Tim Feeney
Dr Tim Feeney is Chief Knowledge Officer at Belvedere Health Services – a community-based rehabilitation service in New York State.
Over the past 30 years, he has made a significant contribution to the field of acquired brain injury through his work as researcher, psychologist, educator, and director of large-scale projects assisting people with ‘behaviours of concern’.
He has authored over 50 scholarly journal articles and book chapters.